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Complexions Contemporary Ballet – VIP DINNER STAR DUST

Complexions Contemporary Ballet 
Blaisdell Concert Hall
VIP Dinner Package

Join us for a special pre-performance dinner.
Enjoy a four course dinner with wine created by award winning
Chef Chai Chaowasaree, one of Hawaii’s top cuisine chefs.

Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 5:00 pm

VIP Dinner Package $155
Includes Dinner, VIP seating, Parking at NBC

For more information please contact Jules at 512-8600 ext. 103 or


“Complexions combines technical precision, power and passion, in a groundbreaking mix of styles ranging from ballet to hip hop.” – Dance Magazine


Since its founding in 1994 by former Alvin Ailey star dancers Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson, Complexions has dazzled audiences around the world with its fiercely kinetic movement and impassioned, almost superhuman dancers. Featured on the TV show “So You Think You Can Dance,” Complexions will perform an exhilarating program set to the music of J.S. Bach and David Bowie.

Things to Know:
-Both Dwight Rhoden and Desmond Richardson danced with Alvin Ailey before starting Complexions
-The company strives to remove boundaries through dance—not enforcing them further
-Dwight Rhoden choreographed Stardust as a tribute to David Bowie
-Featuring costume design from Christine Darch, Stardust highlights the simplistic grandeur of Bowie, with each performer wearing face and body paint
-The 16 member ensemble, along with the artistic directors, teach master classes around the world to all level dancers

The Complexions Dance Website

Supported by the Hawai‘i State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, through appropriations from the Legislature of the State of Hawai‘i or grants from the National Endowment for the Arts
This performance is part of a statewide tour organized in conjunction with the Performing Arts Presenters of Hawaii (PAPH).

Kahilu Theatre Foundation

University of Hawaii, Hilo

Maui Arts and Cultural Center